The AAT Project (AKA America's Amazing Teens) is an online STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) platform.
It is a collaboration of the worlds of academia, science, finance and media. The creators of this project are veterans of the entertainment industry who have assembled a strong team of educators from all the top universities in America, industry leaders, and innovators to assure the success of this project.
This is the first online platform that will identify, mentor and manage exceptional Millennials and Post-Millennials whose ideas will change the world. Our mission is to promote technological and scientific innovation, and change the cultural aspect of what science and math look like by setting a new higher standard for young role models. We're Discovering Brilliance!
All the approved projects will be judged and scored by a minimum of three educators from our panel, who are scientists, professors and technology professionals. One of the three judges must hold a Ph.D. in their field. The projects will be scored based on the depth of their research, development, presentation, originality and potential for innovation in their respective fields.
We will apply for and purchase a provisional patent for all the approved projects prior to being placed on to the public platform site.
This full-length Documentary will highlight some of the young geniuses in the platform. It will be produced and directed by Academy Award-Winning documentary filmmaker, Ross Kauffman.
This Nationally Televised Rock Concert Special will feature hot, up and coming trendy bands. It will be a celebration of all our amazing young geniuses and a chance to honor their individual accomplishments.
Contact our team through the website, 'Send us a message' section.
No. Simply click on the "Register" tab to and create a profile and upload your project. For more information, visit the Platform Page
No! The platform is free for everyone.
You must be 12 ½ -19 years old) across the contiguous United States, Alaska/Hawaii, and all off-shore U.S. territories and possessions. This means you can participate if you are a:
Yes, you can enter as a team. To qualify, you must be a student, enrolled in high school or college and have at least 1 teenager on your team.
No, your age has to be between 12 ½ and 19 when you are submitting your project.
Yes. You have to submit your project before you turn 20. Or you can participate as a team member with at least 1 teenager and no more than 3 students.
No, the platform is not divided into age categories.
You can enter as an individual or as a member of a team. The team must have at least 1 teenager between 12 ½ and 19, no more than 3 people total, and all members must be still in school.
You must upload a short video that explains in detail your groundbreaking project, research, invention or technological breakthrough. You should supplement your submission with documents, slides, etc., no more than 20 pages in total.
No. Do not include any personal contact information in the video or any other document you upload.
You will be able to upload your project after you have registered, filled in all your information, and obtained parental consent.
You will get a confirmation email after you have submitted your project.
You will be eligible for mentorship and management from The AAT Academy when your project is approved. You will be assigned to at least 1 mentor to work with you on your project.
You cannot modify your project after you submit it, so make sure everything is ready before you click on the submit button.
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